Consecutive Master's degree programmes require a professional degree and build on the content of the undergraduate (Bachelor's) degree programme. They can expand and deepen the specialist knowledge already acquired and, where applicable, offer specialisation options.
Master - Scientific Instrumentation
The degree programme is designed to prepare students for work in research and development with a focus on technical and scientific instruments or processes. The aim is to enable students to independently design and develop scientific instruments and to manage research and development projects. The degree programme is taught in English.
Postgraduate Master's degree programmes can be completed after a qualified university degree as well as practical work experience. In doing so, the contents of the Master's degree course are matched to the professional experience.